New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, (1943).
Hardcover. Second printing (one of 3500 copies), without "First American Edition" on copyright page and without publisher's codes in brackets present in later impressions, dust jacket with $2 price on front flap and lists nine titles on rear panel. 39pp. Fellow poet Elizabeth McFarland's copy with her name penned on the front fly and pencil underlining on a few pages, spine ends and corners lightly rubbed and bumped, very good in a good only age-toned dust jacket with extremities chipped and torn, small scratch mid-spine. Eliot's masterpiece, an elaborately constructed, lyric meditation on time and the nature of experience, memory and consciousness.